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Review: The Love Letter, by Lucinda Riley

Wow, this book was quite a rollercoaster. I don't think any of it quite turned out how I was expecting it to- and for somebody who reads around a book a day, that was quite something! With twists, turns, unexpected deaths, and revelations, this kept me hooked, gasping and sometimes rolling my eyes. Everything in… Continue reading Review: The Love Letter, by Lucinda Riley

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The top 4 summer books you should be reading

Summer is nearly over, and with it comes that sense of regret (on my part, anyway!). No more days spent sunbathing in the park, or heading to the beach. What we'll have instead- especially if you live in the UK- will be intermittent gorgeous days and miserable, rainy days. Either of them could do with… Continue reading The top 4 summer books you should be reading

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Blog Tour: Bad, by Chloe Esposito

Step with me back into the mad ride that is Bad, the follow-up to Chloe Esposito's equally deranged Mad. It's time for some more explosions, some more craziness and some more seat-of-your-pants, unbelievable escapades. I really loved Mad, so I was super excited to pick this book back up- and Esposito doesn't disappoint! After a helpful rant early on to recap… Continue reading Blog Tour: Bad, by Chloe Esposito

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Review: Your Closest Friend, by Karen Perry

Beware who you let through the door... This was a fast-paced thriller from the queen of suspense- and also the queen of last minute twists, because none of this book played out really how I thought it was going to go. By the end, there was a lot of nervous nail-biting going on. Your Closest… Continue reading Review: Your Closest Friend, by Karen Perry

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Review: Killing It, by Asia MacKay

Sometimes, you just want a book that you can kick back with and relax. A no-strings-attached, uncomplicated good time. Killing It was all of that and more. It's funny, it's bizarre and it's quite often rather bloody. But it's also a hilarious look into the often alienating and scary new world of motherhood- and juxtaposing it with an… Continue reading Review: Killing It, by Asia MacKay